Chapter 7: A Profile of New Venture Success and Failure in an Emerging Industry
This study examines three types of factors: (1) the characteristics of the lead entrepreneur, (2) startup processes undertaken during the founding of the firm, and (3) firm behaviors after start-up, including management practices and strategic behaviors, associated with new venture success and failure
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